New cross-curricular workshops for primary schools at the Herbert.
An opportunity to find out about activities for schools at the Herbert.
Please be aware that Coventry City Council's ICT department are carrying out an upgrade to the “Schools” network infrastructure on Sunday 26 April starting at 11am that may take until 3pm to complete.
Book any two sessions at Coventry Transport Museum or the Herbert and claim a transport bursary of up to £200!
World Mini Market guilty Magistrates Court possession of counterfeit hand rolling tobacco and foreign cigarettes.
This Saturday 25 April, city residents can recycle their old bikes and help charity at the same time.
This St George’s Day, Thursday 23 April, a celebration will be taking place in Broadgate, Coventry city centre from 11am to 2.30pm.
The Farmers Market, which takes place on each third Friday of the month, once again returns to Broadgate in the heart of Coventry city centre. It has always proven to be a popular attraction for shoppers and visitors in the city looking to experience the very best fresh local produce available.
The Electoral Services team are encouraging people to register to vote in time for the May 7 elections and a roadshow is in Broadgate today to sign people up.
Following the recent fire at Eburne Neighbourhood Learning Centre, staff are working hard to ensure that when classes begin again, adult learners are able to continue their classes.
Dozens of business organisations across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull joined together to join the growing number of organisations who have received the Workplace Wellbeing Charter.
Warning about cold callers following recent bad weather
Thirty nine community and voluntary sector projects in Coventry have secured grant funds amounting to £42,848 in total.
Coventry City Council has announced plans for the next phase of Public Realm Improvement work which is due to begin in the city centre.
From 1 April, the Council will be making significant improvements in fees and support for foster carers who are able to care for more than one child.
ICT Services need to carry out work to replace equipment that may affect the internet connection to your school.
Over 30 senior officers and council leaders committed themselves and their organisations to end female genital mutilation in Coventry.
One of the world’s leading researchers into the impact of inequalities on health has praised Coventry’s work to improve learning for the under three’s in its fight to reduce health inequalities.
A group of Coventry based businesses gathered at the Coventry Job Shop on Wednesday 18 March, to celebrate a year of success for young people looking for jobs in the city.
Trading Standards are reminding local businesses which sell tobacco products, that from Monday 6 April 2015 it will be illegal for all shops to have cigarettes and tobacco on open display.
Councillor Lindsley Harvard has been announced as the next Deputy Lord Mayor Elect for 2015/16, and will become Lord Mayor the following year 2016/17.
This year's celebrations will be taking place in Broadgate, Coventry city centre on Thursday 23 April from 11am to 2.30pm.
A rubbish strewn, and overgrown alleyway between St Luke's Road and Lauderdale Ave in Holbrooks Coventry has been targeted for a joint clean up initiative.
State of the art lighting technology has been installed in the city’s New Union Street multi-storey car park to cut energy consumption, save money and reduce carbon emissions.
Students at Henley College are praising a new stretch of cycle highway which allows them to travel to and from their studies more easily on foot and by bike.
Your opportunity to discover more about new displays at the Transport Museum, and to share ideas on new STEM sessions for primary schools
As work on the new Bridge Deck at Junction 6 enters the final stages Coventry City Council has announced that one of the main pedestrian subway routes to and from the railway station will have to be closed until the end of the project.
Jaguar Land Rover has announced expansion plans to its Advanced Engineering and Design Centre at its global headquarters in Coventry which will see the city become the heart of ambitious plans for the company as it builds on its success across the world.
Coventry City Council is once again offering people the chance to save money on their energy bills with the second run of the collective-switching “Switch and Save” campaign.
The call has begun for Coventry and Warwickshire’s finest talent to take to the stage and impress the judges at this year’s Godiva Calling competition. This year will see a few changes to the competition with a brand new genre and new venues too.